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Another Pair of Aces: Three of a Kind (9-Apr-1991)

Director: Bill Bixby

Writer: Rob Gilmer

Original Music Composed by: Jay Gruska

Producer: Cyrus Yavneh

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Larry Hovis
20-Feb-1936 9-Sep-2003 Sgt. Carter on Hogan's Heroes
Kris Kristofferson
22-Jun-1936   Me and Bobby McGee
Shelby Lynne
Country Musician
22-Oct-1968   Country/rock singer/songwriter
Willie Nelson
Country Musician
30-Apr-1933   The red-headed stranger
Joan Severance
23-Dec-1958   Dangerous Indiscretion
Rip Torn
6-Feb-1931   Arthur on The Larry Sanders Show


Willie Nelson   ...   Billy Roy Rodriguez
Kris Kristofferson   ...   Rip Metcalf
Joan Severance   ...   Susan Davis
Dan Kamin   ...   Sheriff
Ken Farmer   ...   Hoffner
Rip Torn   ...   Capt. Jack Parsons
Sammy Allred   ...   Radio Personality
Bill Ballis   ...   Richard Slate
Harvey Christiansen   ...   Jerry Walker
Bernard Engel   ...   Foley
Gabriel Folse   ...   Jimmy Day
Justin Goldberg   ...   FBI Agent
Michael Griffith   ...   Parker
Charles Gunning   ...   Boltinghouse
James Harrell   ...   Hoyle Barker
Larry Hovis   ...   Tillman
Richard Jones   ...   Judge Gimble
Tracy Kristofferson   ...   FBI Receptionist
Paula Nelson   ...   Nurse Mendoza
Tonie Perensky   ...   Waitress #2
Turk Pipkin   ...   Leon
Christine Poole   ...   Waitress #1
Marvin Shapiro   ...   Dr. Shapiro
Bud Shrake   ...   Col. Boone
Billy Streater   ...   Zeke Henshaw
Julius Tennon   ...   Ranger Harvey
And Introducing
Shelby Lynne   ...   Singer


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